Secluded and ringed in by lush foliage, this three-bedroom, two-bath Fort Lauderdale home is a hideaway iconic of Old South Florida. Priced at $369,000, this extensively remodeled offering boasts an unparalleled location.
Tucked away at 1228 NE 17th Ter., just one mile from the Atlantic Ocean and two from Interstate 95, the residence is central to some of the area’s most desirable venues for shopping, dining and nightlife in such famed neighborhoods as Las Olas, the Galleria and Wilton Manors.
At first encounter with the home, guests might feel as though they’ve stepped into a tropical oasis. The Chicago brick drive cuts a pathway through verdant foliage, guiding visitors toward the home’s front entrance. For added convenience, covered parking is ideal for storing a boat or roadster.
Inside, 1,350 square feet give way to expansive sunlit living spaces, handsomely accented by vaulted ceilings and the charm of a dual brick fireplace. The updated kitchen, which opens to an adjacent built-in office, as well as what could be used as a formal dining room, features appliances by Jenn-Air and KitchenAid, a double oven and custom wood cabinets with abundant storage space. Bedrooms are spacious and the master bath has newly installed floor-to-ceiling porcelain tile.
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Outside, residents can enjoy the 30-foot private pool, accented by meandering paths. The home has a new flat roof, a new air conditioing unit, impact glass, accordion shutters and, for added privacy, Hunter Douglas blinds and shutters.
For additional information, contact Richard Scrabis, owner-agent, at954-232-0300.